Daily Mail UK
Frozen ovary tissue implanted back into breast cancer sufferer, giving fresh hope to infertile women
March 28, 2011
NewsWeek Turkiye (Turkey)
an interview of 50 people who are leaders in their respective fields and asked about predictions for the next decade. Prof. Oktay was one of those who were interviewed. The title reads "Frozen eggs, into space."
January 7, 2011
Another pioneering procedure from Dr Oktay; fertility preservation in babies.
July 18, 2010
Doublex.com (Health & Science)
"Rielle Hunter Beat the Odds"
September 21, 2009
Kutluk Oktay, MD - International Coverage (Turkey)
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Chironian Magazine - New York Medical College
Kutluk Oktay, M.D., Puts Ovaries Away for Safekeeping
Chironian, the pretigious house organ of New York Medical College, produced a cover story on Dr. Kutluk Oktay and his accomplished research team who work together at NYMC's research facilities.
Proceedings of the Royal Society B
Dr. Oktay et al challenge breakfast cereal-baby gender connection
January 14, 2009
Dr. Oktay, Dr. S. Stanley Young and Dr. Heejung Bang are co-authors of a paper published in Proceedings of the Royal Society B that challenges the assertion that eating breakfast cereal helps mothers-to-be determine the sex of their babies.
WebMD: "Is Mom's Diet a Key to her Baby's Sex?
ABC News: "Fueling Modern Pregnancy Myths"
Wall Street Journal: "Does Bran Make the Man? What Statistics Really Tell Us"
E! Science News: "Paper Refutes Notion"
Marie Claire Magazine
Dr. Oktay contributed to an article published in Marie Claire titled "Fertility 101" that provides a fertility primer for young women to help them better understand, and care for, their fertility. Marie Claire is a magazine that specializes in women's issues and information.
Nature Medicine - print and online
IFP's innovative treatments described in Nature Medicine
Dr. Oktay is quoted in Nature Medicine, a respected journal that chronicles biomedical research. The article provides an excellent summary of the objectives of fertility preservation and includes descriptions for several fertility preservation treatments, all of which are available at IFP. Nature Medicine website.
MedPage Today - online
"ASRM: Fertility Preservation Available for Broader Range of Patients"
Dr. Oktay told a gathering of fertility doctors and professionals that the fastest growing segment of patients seeking fertility preservation treatments are non-cancer patients. The speech was delivered in November at the 2008 conference of ASRM in San Francisco.
Westchester Magazine: November, 2008
"Amazing Medical Breakthroughs"
Dr. Oktay's revolutionary ovarian cryopreservation procedure is included in a summary of "Amazing Medical Breakthroughs" documented in the magazine. Ovarian cryopreservation is a vital treatment that allows breast cancer patients and other fertility preservation patients to freeze eggs and ovarian tissue for later use. Learn more about ovarian cryopreservation treatments offered at the Institute for Fertility Preservation.
Fertility Preservation teleconference Q&A
Dr. Oktay participated in an" Ask the Expert" online teleconference organized by breastcancer.org. During the event, fertility preservation experts joined Dr. Oktay to answer visitors' questions on a wide range of fertility preservation topics, including breast cancer treatments. The teleconference transcript is an excellent source of fertility preservation information.
Dr. Oktay cited in NEWSWEEK article on Fertility Preservation
Kutluk Oktay, MD, Medical Director at the Institute for Fertility Preservation, is quoted in a NEWSWEEK article that discusses a growing awareness among cancer patients to understand their fertility preservation options before undergoing cancer treatments, which can include the potential to damage or even destroy reproductive capacity.
Reuters - Medscape
New method of ovarian stimulation doesn't raise cancer risk
An innovative technique developed by Dr. Oktay and his research team, promises safer ways to preserve fertility to women with breast cancer.
View original Medscape.com article
Freezing ovaries for later use to keep dreams alive
Ovarian cryopreservation methods developed by Dr. Oktay, offer new ways to preserve fertility, even for the very young.
View original Newsday.com article
Helping Preserve Fertility
Kutluk Oktay, MD developed and performed the first milestone procedure to remove, freeze, and later reimplant ovarian tissue. The result was a healthy baby girl, born September, 2005. Dr. Oktay continues to lead the way in what has now become a burgeoning technology.
New Fertility Treatment for Cancer Survivors
After surviving cancer, an ABC producer gives birth to the second baby in the world conceived using a new treatment. The process was pioneered by Dr. Kutluk Oktay.
Preserving Cancer Patients' Fertility
Doctors such as Dr. Oktay are working to develop drugs that allow cancer patients to harvest eggs and embryos without increasing estrogen that can be harmful to cancer patients.
Cancer Patient Froze Ovaries to Keep Pregnancy Options
Chronicle of a lymphoma patient and developmental work carried out by Dr. Kutluk Oktay to develop an experimental ovary freezing procedure.
Doctor Transplants Ovaries, Preserving Women's Eggs
Dr. Kutuk Oktay's efforts to relocate ovarian tissue to abdomens and forearms to help cancer patients preserve fertility.
Preserving Fertility - One Woman's Story
An examination of the work done by Dr. Oktay and his colleagues to develop fertility preservation techniques to help cancer patients and otherswyer...